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Martha [not known]

 

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   10981 1.0 Martha [not known]female

Birth: before 1689Est. from child
Burial: 10 Oct 1760 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Martha Hopkins')Bp Transcripts Desb

Pedigree
   10827
Married: Richard Hopkins  before 1707Est. from child
b. before 1689  bur. 04 Jan 1761, at St Giles, Desborough (source reads: Richard Hopkins)

   108282.1 Thomas Hopkinsmale
Birth: 1707, at Desborough (source reads: Born 1707 Tho: the Son of Rich Hopkins)Bp Transcripts Desb
Burial: 02 Jan 1763 at St Giles, Desborough (source reads 'Thos Hopkins')Bp Transcripts Desb

   109822.2 [female] Hopkinsfemale
Birth: 18 Jun 1714, at Desborough (source reads: A daughter of Richard & Martha Hopkins)Bp Transcripts Desb

   111762.3 Anne Hopkinsfemale
Baptism: 22 Oct 1720 at Desborough (source reads 'Anne Daugh of Richard & Martha Hopkins')Bp Transcripts Desb

   112592.4 Elizabeth Hopkinsfemale
Birth: 05 Jun 1723, at Desborough (source reads: Born Elizabeth Daugh of Richard & Martha Hopkins)Bp Transcripts Desb

 


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